04-23-2004, 11:20 PM | Post #110621 |
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To my Diehard friends:|
Nearly everything I know about investing came from reading books written by investment authorities. From the hundred's of investment books that I have read, I consider the books and authors listed below to be among the best.
From each of these great books, I have selected excerpts that we can all use to become better investors. Two of the books are actually full length "web books" offered free by their authors. Taken together, I don't know where we can learn so much, so quickly.
Excerpts are the appetizer. Read the entire book and you will have a banquet. Now enjoy!
All About Index Funds by Rick Ferri, CFA
Character Counts by John Bogle
The Coffeehouse Investor by William Schultheis
Common Sense on Mutual Funds by John Bogle
The Four Pillars of Investing by William Bernstein, Ph.D.,M.D.
The Great Mutual Fund Trap by Greg Baer & Gary Gensler
Index Your Way to Investment Success by Good and Hermansen
The Individual Investors Guide by the Am. Assoc. of Individual Investors
The Informed Investor by Frank Armstrong
The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham & Jason Zweig
Investment Strategies for the 21st Century--Web Book by Frank Armstrong
The Millionaire in You by Michael LeBoeuf
The Only Proven Road to Investment Success by Chandan Sengupta
The Probability of Fortune by Moshe Milevsky
Protecting Your Wealth by Rick Ferri, CFA
A Random Walk Down Wall Street by Burton Malkiel
A Random Walk Guide to Investing by Burton Malkiel
Rational Investing in Irrational Times by Larry Swedroe
Serious Money--Webbook by Richard Ferri, CFA
Straight Talk on Investing by Jack Brennan
The Successful Investor Today by Larry Swedroe
The Teenage Investor by Timothy Olsen
The Unbeatable Market by Ron Ross, Ph.D.
Wealth of Experience by Andrew Clarke, CFA
Where are the Customers' Yachts by Fred Schwed Jr.
Winning with Index Mutual Funds by J. Tweddell & J. Pierce
You've Lost It. Now What? by Jonathan Clements
Originally posted in thread: 34503